ANNOUNCING THE SUMMER TOUR-JUNE 2024 IN CELEBRATION OF THE NEW ALBUM, “SIDELINES”-RELEASING JUNE 9th, 2024 WITH PRODUCER/GUITARIST ED TREE.

Cynthia is joined on "THE MAGICAL FEELING” tour in June, 2024 by Ed Tree in celebration of the new album, “Sidelines,” engineered and co-produced by Ed Tree. The record release date of June 9th is accompanied by a cd release show in Los Angeles at Mission Tile West in South Pasadena with more details TBA.

Wednesday, June 12th: Hollister Farmers Market, Hollister, Ca

Thursday, June 13th: Carmel/Napa, Ca

Friday, June 14th: House Concert, Santa Rosa, Ca. 

Saturday, June 15th: Trinity Co. Brewing Company, Weaverville, Ca.

Sunday, June 16th: Domaine Serene Wine Lounge, Bend, Or.

Monday, June 17th: The Dalles

Tuesday, June 18th: Emerald of Siam, Richland, Wa.

Wednesday, June 19th: The Dahmen Artisan Barn, Uniontown, Wa

Thursday, June 20th: Bar 365 Riverside Hotel, Boise, Id.

Friday, June 21st: Koto Brewing, Twin Falls, Id.

Saturday, June 22nd: Ogden, Ut.

Sunday, June 23rd: Lighthouse Lounge, Ogden, Ut.

Thursday, June 27th: House of Brews, Monticello, MS

Friday, June 28th: Recess 101, Brookhaven, MS

Saturday, June 29th: Brookstock, Brookhaven, MS (supporting the “Brookstock Music Festival”)

Ed Tree was born in New Orleans and grew up in south Mississippi at the three way intersection of Country music, The Blues and New Orleans R&B. After falling in love with music as a child, he would go on to play in bands through his teen years and become a professional musician in his early 20’s. He moved to California in the mid-70’s to pursue songwriting and expanded his career by becoming a studio guitarist, recording engineer, record producer and touring musician. 

Over the past 40+ years, Ed has produced over 150 albums, including 2 top five Billboard Blues chart releases, and has recorded and/or toured the world with Spencer Davis, Rita Coolidge, Al Stewart, Juice Newton, Booker T. Jones and others.  He has played the New Orleans Jazz Fest and The Grand Ole Opry (with his band The Bum Steers) and had his songs on the Top 40 Billboard Country chart with a number one song in Europe.

Ed keeps up a busy schedule as a producer and studio owner, and continues to write and perform as a member of the Tall Men Group in Los Angeles.

 

Cynthia Brando is a Los Angeles "acoustic folk rock" singer songwriter and music industry guest writer. She has played notable shows at House of Blues in Hollywood, music festivals and tours across the country. She has received multiple honorable mentions for her music in the Songdoor International Songwriting Competition and In 2017, she received an honorable mention in the American Songwriter magazine Lyric Contest. In 2019, American Songwriter Magazine gave Cynthia an honorable mention in their Bob Dylan cover song contest, which produced the viral video, "Things Have Changed." Cynthia is a 2017 recipient of a Hemera Foundation Fellowship Award for her music. Her 2018 album, "The Treehouse Trio Sessions" gained positive national and international reviews. Music Connection Magazine included it in their “Top 20 Prospects of 2018” list. Cynthia received first place in the singing category in 2022 in the Topanga Banjo and Fiddle contest.